In 2006 James Maskalyk, a young, single ER physician, gave up a successful practice at one of Toronto´s finest hospitals to join Médecins Sans Frontieres. Armed with a wide set of medical skills and unburdened by a family of his own, he volunteered to serve in the world’s most dangerous places. After months of waiting, he received his assignment: a small village called Abyei, sandwiched in between two military compounds on the border of northern and southern Sudan. This event was recorded at the Sydney Writers’ Festival.
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Prof. Andrew McAfee from the Harvard Business School gives examples of Enterprise 2.0, folding them into a simple model intended to communicate the different categories of benefits conferred.
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